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THE 
STAGE COACH 




Yearbook of the Students 

SAINT MARY'S SCHOOL 
AND JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Raleigh, North Carolina 



Copyright 

1935 

Letty Kittrell Lassiter 
Editor 

Martha McKellar Everett 
Business Manager 




DEDICATED TO 

ALBERT W. TUCKER 

Saint Mary's Business Manager 

A sincerely helpful friend and an 

invaluable aid to the publication 

of all Stage Coaches, 



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MARY JANNEY BAIRINWELL 
May U, 191S— March 19, 1935 



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We have begun 

A memory chain,, 

Green 

"With thoughts of the tisedstosbe, 

And here and there, a flowershead 

Gleams 'white and gold in the morning sun. 

Each daisy face is that of a girl . , . 

Young faces sweet and fair; 

And the graceful chain is this ovir book, 

Binding the scenes of school 

To our hearts, 



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L-ETTY K.LASSIT€R 

-E Dl TOR 



MARTHA EVERETT 

BUSINtSS MANAGER 



STAGECOACH STAFF 






ROSALIE MCNEILL HORTENSE JONES POLLY EASLtY 





OLIVE CRUIKSHANK MADGE TALIAFERRO ADELAIDE WINSLOW 

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U f o- r it\..-n/ wv.U o 1 







MRS. ERNEST CMUIKSHANK 
Principal 



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THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Penick, D.D., Chairman Raleigh, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Thos. C. Darst, D.D , Wilmington, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Kihkman G. Finley, D.D Columbia, S. C. 

Rt. Rev. Rovert E. Gribben, D.D Asheville, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Albert S. Thomas, D.D Charleston, S. C. 

CLERICAL AND LAY TRUSTEES 
North Carolina 
Until 1936 Until 1939 

Mr. Graham H. Andrews, Raleigh Mr. Joseph B. Cheshire, Raleigh 

Mr. Richard H. Lewis, Oxford Jodge George \V. Connor, Raleigh 

Miss Easdale Shaw, Rockingham Hon. J. J. Parker, Charlotte 

Mrs. W. D. Toy, Chapel Hill Mrs. Frank S. Spruill, Rocky Mount 

East Carolina 
Until 1984 Until 1935 

Rev. J. B. Gribble, Wilmington Rev. R. B. Drane, D.D., Edenton 

Mr. Geo. C. Royall, Goldsboro Mr. W. D. McMillan, Jr., Wilmington 

Western North Carolina 
Until 1931 Until 1935 

Mr. Geo. H. Holmes, Tryon Rev. J. Preston Burke, Henderson 

Rev. B. M. Lackey, Lenoir Mrs. J. W. C. Johnson, Franklin 

South Carolina 
Until 1935 Until 1935 

Mr. Ben.i. Allston Moore, Charleston Rev. W. S. Poyner, Florence 

Mil. T. E. Myers, Charleston Rev. William Way, Charleston 

Upper South Carolina 
Until 1935 Until 1935 

Mr. L. A. Emerson, Columbia Rev. William Johnson, Aiken 

Mr. W, I). Moore, Sr., York Rev. T. T. Walsh, D.D.. York 

Executive Committee 

Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Penick, D.D., Chairman 

Mr. Graham H. Andrews Mr. Richard H. Lewis 

Mr. Joseph B. Cheshire Mr. B. Allston Moore 

Judge Geo. W. Connor Mr. Geo. C. Royall 

Mrs. W. D. Toy 

Secretary to the Board of Trustees 
Mr. Alfred L. Purrington, Jr Raleigh, N. C. 

Treasurer of the Board of Trustees 
Mr. Albert W. Tucker Raleigh, N. C. 



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THE RT. REV. EDWIN A, PENICK 



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FACULTY AND OFFICERS 

We wish to thank each member of our faculty for the loyal cooperation 
and guidance which they have so kindly given us throughout the '34/35 
session. They have helped vis find and keep that spirit which belongs essen^ 
tially to Saint Mary's School. "We trust that the good will between faculty 
and students will continue. To the faculty go the best wishes and thanks 
of the Class of '35. 



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FACULTY AND OFFICERS 1934*1935 

Mrs. Ernest Cruinkshank, B.S Principal 

Academic Department 

Susan Reavis Cooke, Ph.B English and History 

Mary Helen Dodd, A.B., M.A German and Chemistry 

Olga Elizabeth Dodd Physical Education 

Lotise Aiken Egleston, A.B., M.A English and History 

Mrs. James (Dorothy P.) Greenwood, A.B., A.M English 

Helen Hanna, A.B., M.A English 

William C. Guess, B.A., M.A History and Social Science 

The Rev. Joseph F. Fletcher, A.B., B.D Bible 

Marjorie J. Laloh, A.B Biology and Hygiene 

Annie Ruth Lineberry, A.B., M.A Mathematics 

Mable M. Morrison, A.B.. M.A.. Pli.I) Philosophy 

LoRA E. Simbolotti Spanish and French 

Maky Lydia Weise, A.B.. M.A French 

Special Departments 

Caroline E. Harris lit 

Lizzie H. Lee Stenography and Typewriting 

Elizabeth Gorden Tucker Bookkeeping 

Florence C. Davis, B.O Expression and Dramatic Art 

Elizabeth Bason, A.B Home Economics 

William H. Jones, A.B., A.A.G.O Director of Music 

Bessie Raye McMillan J'iolin 

Additional Officers 

The Rev. Joseph F. Flecher Chaplain 

Albert W. Tucker Secretary and Business Manager 

Anne S. Nash Librarian 

Nannie H. Marriott Dietitian 

Bessie Brown Assistant Dietitian and Housekeeper 

Lola B. Naylor Matron of the Infirmary 

Dr. H. B. Haywood, Jr School Physician 

Mildred Waddell ilumnae Secretary 

Juliet B. Sutton Secretary 

Mary Lewis Sasser Secretary 

Elizabeth G. Tucker Secretary 



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We rest beneath the Tree of Life; 

It's covered with blossoms white, 

And the song of the birds that sing in its boughs 

Is our song of joy and light. 

We've come thru the rain of tears, 

And thru the mist of sighs. 

We've come thru the stmshine of happiness, 

Till before us the Land of Dream lies, 

The white flowers sift down through the blue, 

The gnarled trunk stretches above. 

Jar back we look on otir schoolgirl fun 

With eyes full of tender love. 

Then quickly we look towards the Great Beyond, 

Lor it's there that our future we'll see. 

Otir life's in its Spring, and Hope holds sway — 

We wonder what is to be. 



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SE MORS 



STUDENT OFFICERS 




Katherinb Wihbehly Spruii.l 

"Kate" 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Silver hair and eyes of blue. 
Knowledge of zahat and when to do. 

President Student Body '33, Altar Guild 
'35, Honor Council '35, Pan Archon Council 
'35, Hall President '3-t, E. A, P. '3+-'35, Mu 
President '33, Varsity Hockey '34-'35, Volley 
Ball Manager '3-t, Letter Club '3V35, Com- 
mencement Marshal '34, May Court '35. 



Anna Brooke Allan 

"Brookie" 

Charlotte, N. C. 

, / pleasing paradox with freckled face — 
Rare intellect, dramatic (/race. 

Senior Class President '35, Vice President 
Student Body '34, Altar Guild ^-'SS, Choir 
"34-"35, Honor Council '34-'30 3 Pan Archon 
Council '35, Sigma Lambda '34-'35 3 Vice 
President Sigma Lambda '34, Sigma Ping 
Pong Manager , 34, Letter Club '35, Com- 
mencement Marshal '34, May Court "35, Dra- 
matic Club , 34-'35. 



Nineteen 




Frances Webb Adams 

Oxford. N. C. 

Needles click and tongue wags fast. 
Lovely in bhie till the very last. 

Mu. 



Julia Fretwell Barnwell 

Abbeville, N. C. 

Effort, ambition, a chocolate cake — 
And anything for Saint Mary's sake. 

Altar Guild '34,-'35, Choir '34-'35, Sigma 
Lambda "3+-'3.5, Hall President '33, Mu, 
Dramatic Club '3+-'3.5, Glee Club '34. 



Nancy Grist Clark 

"Teeny" 

T.irboro. X. C. 

. / golden girl with sparkling eyes 
Curiosity that never dies. 

Altar Guild '3.5. Chairman Altar Guild 
Flower Committee '35, Honor Council '3.5, 
Secretary Senior Class '35, Sigma, Basket- 
ball Varsity "3.5, Letter Club '35, May Court 
'34-'35. 



Nancy Holladay Crow 

"Crow" 
Houston. Texas 

Fresh slim beauty of face and form — 
Tier brown eyes cause the nun to swarm. 

Altar Guild '35, Vice President Sigmas 
'35, Pan Archon Council '35, Chief Com 
mencement Marshal '34, Sigma Lambda '31- 
'3.5, Secretary Sigma Lambda '3.5, Sigma, 
Volley Ball Varsity '3t, Letter Club '31. 
May Queen's Attendant '33. 




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Catherine Jeffries Daniel 

"Cat" 

Rocky Mount. X. C. 

./ hahy voice belies her wit— 
Above II nil does knowledge sit. 

Altar Guild '35, Chairman Altar Guild 
Linen Committee '35, Group Leader Y. I'. 
S. L. '34, Sigma Lambda '34-'35, Sigma, Dra- 
matic Cluli '34. 



Slocumb Davis 

Din, ii. N. C. 

.1 White Lake shag, <i Zeta I'si— 
.1 princess silhouette against the sky. 

Altar Guild '34-'35, Chape] Proctor '34, 
Chairman Altar Guild Brass Committee ''A~>, 
Sigma, Dramatic Club '34-'35. 





IIarcaret Gi.endv Darst 

Wilmington, X. C. 

./ hearty laugh and Sigma fire — 
She makes music in our choir. 

Altar Guild ':jt-":C>, Choir '34-'35, Group 
Leader Y. P. S. L. '34, Sigma, Cheer Leader 
'34-'35, Swimming Manager '34, Glee Club 
'34-'35. 



Marguerite De Vann Dewey 

GoldsborOj X. C. 

./ stag lint forms from hit In right, 
.In admiral's daughter for thi niqlit. 



Transfer from Salem College, Choir '35, 



Mu. 



Twenty-one 




Mabel Adele Downey 

"Dele" 

Nashville, X. C. 

Brown haired girl in chartreuse green- 
On her, her friends are apt la lean. 

.Mu, Dramatic Club '34-'35. 



Maria Louisa Drake 

"Mo" 

Washington, D. C. 

Pika bracelet* are her weakness it seems, 
And her big brown eyes fill many dreams. 

President Altar Guild '35, Altar Guild "34- 
'35, Vice President Service League "34, Choir 
'34-'35, Class Secretary and Treasurer '34-, 
Honor Council '35, Pan Archon Council '35, 
Mu Hockey Manager '35, E. A. P. '34-"35, 
Dramatic Club '34-'35, Secretary Dramatic 
Club '34, Commencement Marsha] '35, Glee 
Club '34, Class Prophet '35. 



Effie McLean English 

"Mac" 

Monroe. X. C. 

Wind blown hair, a basketball ace — 
/u file social Whirl sill' si'ls a pace. 

Sigma. Basketball Varsity '35, Letter Chili 
'35, Dramatic Club '34-'35. 



Martha McKellab Everett 
Rockingham, X. C. 

A mind far business, an eye for fun. 
Proved by the fact the Annuals dam. 

President Y. P. S. L. '35, Altar Guild '34- 
'35, Secretary Pan Archon Council '35, 
Honor Council '35, Vice President E. A. P. 
'35, Business Manager Stage Coach '35, 
Bulletin Staff '35, Dramatic Club '34-'35, 
Secretary Dramatic Club '35, Mu Cheer 
Leader '35. 




Twenty-two 



Elizabeth Schnell Foster 

"Foster" 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Rumpled hair and smiling lips — 
She's full of fun. iiriiiil.s. and quips. 

Mu. 



Elizabeth Hanks 

"Lib" 

New Bern, N. C. 

./ boarder once, a day student notv- 
Snccessf vlhi sin' makes her sarin! Imu 
Mu. 





Rena Hovt Harding 

"Peepie" 

Washington, N. C. 

Hermes' feet and a collector's flare — 
17*7/ good humor in spite of red hair. 

President Y. P. S. L. '35, Altar Guild '34- 
'35, Chairman Altar Guild Linen Committee 
'35, Choir '34-'35, Vice President Class "35, 
Honor Council '34, Pan Archon Council '35, 
Sigma Lambda '34-'35, Sigma. 



Katherixe Harris 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Debutante Ball and smooth small talk- 
Twice in our Mai/ Court she <li<l walk. 

Sigma, May Curt '3I~'35. 



Twenty-three 




Hortense Mi'.xdy Jones 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Dances, houseparties, a Grecian gown — 
A queen of Olympus smile* pleasantly down. 

Altar Guild '34.-'35, Chape] Proctor '34, 
Class Treasurer "35, E. A. P. '34-'3S, Bulletin 
Staff '34-'35, Stage Coach Staff '34-'35, 
Sigma, Dramatic Club '34-'35, May Court 
"34, May Queen '35. 



Lettv Kittrell Lassiter 
Oxford. N. C. 



With bubbling spir 
A laughing girl in 



U she sets the 
creamy lace. 



Editor-in-Chief the Stack Coach '35, 
Editor-in-Chief the Bulletin '34-. Stage 
Coach Staff '33-'34-'35, Bulletin Staff "33- 
'34-'35, Honor Council '34, Pan Archon 
Council '35, Sigma Lambda '33-'34-'35, 
Sigma, Commencement Marshal '3t. May 
Court '35, School Monogram '34. 



Marie Frances Lawrence 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 

./ commentary and Int.* of mail — 
The Siyinas she will never fail. 

Altar Guild '34-'35. Chairman Altar Guild 
Brass Committee '35, Chapel Proctor '35, 
Hall President '35, Sigma, Volley Ball 
.Manager '35, Cheer Leader '34-'35. Student 
Post Mistress '35. 



Maiiv Catherine Lever 

"Cady" 

Columbia, S. C. 

The belle of Columbia, but Jimmy's girl— 
With the tiniest foot in all the world. 

E. A. P. '35, Sigma. Dramatic Club '31- 
'35, May Court '34. 




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Elizabeth Lvxx 

"Betty" 

Knoxville. Ttnn. 

In tin art of dissembling she's versed so well. 
I hat who h ads in hi r affections none can t, 11. 

Sigma. 



Rosalie Fitzhugh McNeill 

Luml.erton. X. C. 

./ ,/„/•/, haired girl in a hut of gold, 
The funniest stories that ever wen told. 

Editor-in-Chief the Bulletin '35. Bulletin 
Staff '34-'35, Stage Coach Staff '34-'3.5. 
Altar Guild '35. Group Leader Y. P. S. I,. 
'34, Sigma Lambda '34-'3o. Secretary Sigma 
Lambda '34, Pan Archon Council '35, Hall 
President '34, President Der Deuteher 
Vercin '35, Mil, Dramatic Club '3l-'35. 





Martha Elizabeth Metcalfe 
Charleston, S. C. 

Subtle manner, u Charleston drawl — 

Slali Co lli in hi, ns seem lii fall. 

Sigma. 



Maude Crossland Morrison 

Rockingham, X. C. 

Tawny eyes, mil much In say, 
Languor mi a summer day. 

Mu. 



Twenty-five 




Alice Stotta Poe 

Raleigh, X. C. 

./ symphony in black and white 
Every eye she. docs delight. 



Anne Lydia Olive 

Raleigh, N. C. 

A cheery greeting, lisping sjyeech — 

./ nodding sunflower jvsi out of reach. 



Elizabeth Moring Page 

Raleigh, N. C. 

./ zcft small girl, a timorous look — 
Under her arm a Psychology hook. 

Mu. 



-Mary Louise Parker 

Raleigh, X. C. 

Animation in a rustling gown, 
Oold-flecked hair, a veritable crown. 




Twenty-six 



Jean Shepperd Poe 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Long-lashed grey eyes, twin sweater sets — 
A good, humored girl that nothing upsets. 

Sigma. 



Mary Smedes Poyneb 
Raleigh, N. C. 
/h silver j ka/i/r f ouched with 
ho never grows old. 



Feet shod 
gold— 

. I ii mi on the stag 



Sigma, Dramatic Club , 34~ , 35, Business 
Manager and Treasurer Dramatic Club '35, 
May Court '34, '35. 





Mary Elizabeth Rehm 

Fayetteville, N. C. 

A fare .surmounted by a halo of gold — 
The madonna as pictured in stories of old. 

Transfer from Flora McDonald, Altar 
Guild '35, Choir '35, Mu, Hockey Varsity '35, 
Letter Club '35, Dramatic Club '35, Secre- 
tary Der Deutcher Yerein '35, Madonna 
Christmas Pageant, 



Marta Seawell Savedge 

Surry, Va. 

Earnestness and shy hrotvn eyes — 
./ speckled wren upward flies. 

Choir '34-'35, Honor Council '35, Sigma 
Lambda *34-'35, Chapel Proctor '35, Mu, Glee 
Club '34. 



Twenty-seven 




Florence Chalk Spiuill 

"Flonnie" 

Rocky Mount. X. C. 

]Vith a sonnet she teaches us how to pray — 
Already she has started to lighten the way. 

Altar Guild '35, Chapel Proctor '3.5. 
Sigma. 



Mary Helen Stewart 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Dancing eyes and roguish month — 
A typical belle of the svnvy South. 

Sigma. 



Madge Blaxding Taliaferro 

Cranford, N. J. 

Sophisticated and ultra-smart . 
She has broken many a heart. 

President E. A. P. '35, Secretary E. A. P. 
'33-'34-, Altar Guild '3t-'35, Chapel Proctor 
'34, Honor Council '33, Pan Archon Council 
"3.5, Bulletin Staff "35, Stack Coach Staff '3.5. 
Mu, Hockey Varsity '33-'35, Letter Club '33- 
>34-'35, Dramatic Club '33-'34-'35, Class 
Poet '35. 



Flizaretii Gordon Taylor 

"Betsy" 

Warrenton, N. C. 

The right attitude anil a Raggedy .Inn 
She's Saint Mary's most anient fan. 

Transfer from Peace, Sigma. 




Twenty-eight 



Tudor Perry Trotter 

Manchester. (in. 

I'tii-tu ,l-„ j> nose, commanding air - 
Wherever there're Mus, she's always there. 

Mu President ':i-3. Hockey Varsity 'S4-'35, 
Basketball Varsity "34-'35. Letter Club "34- 
'35, E. A. P. '34-'35. 



Annie Cheshire Tucker 

Raleigh, X. C. 

In athlete's garb or scholar's gown, 
Where honor* on- given she'* to be found. 

President Day Students '35, Pan Archon 
Council '35, Mu, Hockey Varsity '34- '35, Let- 
ter Club '34-'35, School Monogram '34, Class 
Historian '35. 





Margaret Vass 

Raleigh, X. C. 

./ small Tahiti kitten—giggles galort — 

.1 popular //nulla miss on any dance flour. 

Day Student's Council '35, Dramatic Cluh 
'34, Sigma. 



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Cleve Stafford Wharton 
Winston-Salem, X. C. 



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tiff starched lor, 
peach blossom face. 



President Sigma Lambda '35, Sigma 
Lambda '34-'35, Altar Guild '35, Mu. Dra- 
matic Club '34-'35, May Court '34-'35. 



Twenty-nine 




Barbara Dozier Willard 

Asheville, X. C. 

Flower trimmed bonnets and curly hair — 
Shiny black pumps on a small foot and fair. 

Chapel Proctor '35, Hall President '3t, 
Sigma. 



Carolyn Wootex Council 

(Special Senior) 

Wananishj N. C. 

Dramatic talent and full of fun — 
A daffodil growing in the sun. 

Transfer from Salem. Altar Guild '35. Mu, 
Dramatic Club. 



Julia Florence Edwards 
(Special Senior) 

Jacksonville, Ala. 

./ golden cross gleams hiah above 
Dancing feet and a heart of love. 

Crueifer '35, Altar Guild '34-'35, Sigma, 
Pay Day Treasurer '35. 



Janie Banks McDaniel 

(Special Senior) 

Jackson. X. C. 

J chemistry lab, doctors in white, 
Curly black hair, and a figure slight. 

M.i. Dramatic Club '34-'35, Der Deuteher 

Ycrcin. 

(Senior without picture) 

Mary Highsmith Wells 

Fuvettcville. X. C. 

Fraternity pins, a West Point hop — 
In Hill's estimation sin's at the top. 



Altar Guild '34-'35, Dramatic Club '3t-'35. 




Mu. 



Thirty 



HISTORICALLY SPEAKING 

THE other day I picked up tlie 1935 Stage Coach and read the Class History to 
refresh my mind. Instead of learning more about the class. I actually had to 
supply material. If the history had been written for the purpose of hiding all real 
news, it could not have done so better. This is what I read: 

"We met in September 193.3 as Juniors. After taking our place in the school we 
decided to give a Halloween Party. We marked the days until Christmas holidays, 
from which we returned in time to scrape through exams. After spring holidays, 
we yawned until the Junior-Senior woke us up. Then before we had time to catch 
our breath, exams and commencement were upon us. Again we studied all through 
the night; again we struggled through exams. Then it was time to say goodbye to 
the Seniors and to summon on the dignity to step into their shoes. 

"When we met in September 1934. we could not solve the mystery of the sum- 
mer's disappearance. Time passed finally until our own Senior dance, Christinas 
found us ready to put up our books for a short two weeks. Exams came witli terrify- 
ing force, but miracles still happen occasionally. We shuffled along until the 
Junior-Senior and spring vacation gave us a new outlook on life. Senior essays and 
final exams began to haunt us. At_last the breathless rush of our Commencement 
told us that the Class of 1935 had to say goodbye to St. Mary's." 

That, certainly, is our Class History, but it is also the history of at least ten other 
classes. This history makes no mention of the fact that we' were eighty i - emarkable 
girls. We astounded everyone by our beauty and intelligence. Nowhere do I see 
that fatal question in Biology: "What is a Fruit?" yet the life of many a junior 
hung upon it. That it was the juniors who shaped the icy curves of Mae West should 
certainly be reported; and some honor should reward those juniors who sacrificed 
their beauty sleep for the senior's daisy chain. Credit should be given to the 
Marshals who risked their lives and dresses in the downpour of commencement 
week. 

As seniors we were remarkable for the feat of going to school six days a week, 
and also for the survival of the fittest under Classifications. The seniors suffered 
most of all in the Great School Robbery. As the seniors were working hard on their 
Psychology papers, they were startled by a scream from Julia Barnwell. She had 
lost 40e. Her sorrows were overshadowed by Miss Morrison's loss of $10. Great 
was the sorrow of all the seniors. The mystery remains unsolved to this day. 
Hortcnse Jones, the Goddess of the Festival, was greater than her attendants, who 
were the Beauties of the school. The greatest change was made by the seniors when 
they took paint and polish and changed the Day Students room to the Date room. In 
one respect the history is to be highly commended. It docs not dwell on the sadness 
of leaving St. Mary's. 



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Thirty-threv 



CLASS PROPHECY 

St, Mary's AHmmmae House 

June 1. 1915. 
Dear B rookie: 

How we do miss you at this, our first reunion of the Class of 1935! I am due 
at a meeting in a very few minutes, but I simply must take time out to write you 
all the news which I have collected in these last few days. 

First of all, I came down on the train with Madge Taliaferro and Teeny Clark. 
Madge is making a huge success as society editor of the Cranford Weekly Bulletin, 
and Teny is in her seventh Heaven as sole owner and general manager of a curio 
shop in New York. We had a grand time reminiscing on the good old days on 
Third Floor, which, by the way, now harbors only eight girls but five teachers. I 
can't imagine why. Madge told us that Maude Morrison and Adele Downey have 
combined their talents to form an adagio dance team and have all New York at 
their feet. They were unable to come down on that account. 

We were met at the station by Kate Spruill and Nancy Crow. I simply can't 
remember their married names. But Kate had on the most adorable pink and blue 
suit which she knitted herself. Somehow I can't remember her being that domestic 
ten years ago, but maybe that's what being married to a struggling college professor 
has done to her. And Nancy looked perfectly stunning in a lavender suit which 
she says she made over herself out of one bought the year we graduated ! 

It was grand getting back here and seeing everybody again, except for the dif- 
ficulty I always have of remembering peoples married names. I found Maria 
Savedge, Mary Rehm, Marguerite Dewey, Barbara Willard, Julia Edwards, 
Katherine Daniel, Caroline Council, and Betsy Taylor all sitting on the front campus 
telling all the cute things their little darlings have ever said or done. In another 
group were Emily Westeott, Frances Adams, and Janie Banks McDaniel. Emily and 
Frances were of course busily knitting, but this time it was on baby sweaters instead 
of boucle suits. And Dr. McDaniel was lecturing them on Child Psychology. 

I was so pleased to find Betty Lynn here in the office of Dean of Girls. I always 
knew she loved the old school too well to leave it. Cady Lever Bowman looked a 
little weary of married life; but, as I always say, the first ten years arc the hardest. 
You must have read in the paper that Margaret Darst is the new president of Vassar 
And Marie Lawrence is head-mistress at a school for boys! She confided to me that 
it was strictly for an economical reason . . . she married a widower with six boys 
and has since had three of her own. 

Martha Everett has just broken Sir Maleomb Campbell's speed record on Daytona 
Beach, We sent her a telegram of congratulations from the meeting. 



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We received a telegram of regrets from Reno from Hortense Jones Smith Black 
Brown Zilch. We hear she is still as beautiful as ever. And Cleve Wharton is 
happily married and has three adorable little girls. 

I am glad to report that, after ten years, four more members of our class have 
learned the words to the Alma Hater. The Student Body attempted to sing it at a 
meeting but ran into great difficulty due to somebody's having misplaced the song- 
sheets. 

Florence Spruill has found her life's happiness in her Social Service work. She 
lias been visiting a notorious racketeer in prison every day for months and can 
hardly wait until her release next October when she will marry him. 

The day students, with one or two exceptions, have recently formed a Spinister's 
Club. They always were a clanny bunch. But Mary Helen Stewart is ineligible 
for membership, having at last worn down a certain person's resistance. And wc 
hear from Vienna that Dr. Annie Tucker has turned down the chairmanship of the 
Board of Directors of a famous hospital there, to return to the University of North 
Carolina to do research work in a new field of electro-chemistry. 

Letty Lassiter has finally succumbed to her long-cherished impulse and bought 
the popcorn stand in front of Boone-Isley's, where she eats her fill each day and 
sells what's left over to the passing State boys. And that fair-haired youth that 
used to come to see her from Chapel Hill stands beside her pouring hot butter over 
all the outgoing bags. 

Rosalie McNeill is writing books for children. We were so sorry not to have 
Slocumb Davis with us, but she didn't get here until it was all over. Ah, me! I'm 
afraid she hasn't changed a bit. And we missed Peepie Harding, too. She is in 
Honolulu teaching the natives a new step to the Hula-Hula. 

Tudor Trotter has at last been appointed official hostess for St. Mary's; and 
Julia Barnwell is organist and voice teacher. 

I'm so sorry you missed this, Brookic; you would enjoy it so much. Do you 
remember the Dionnc quintuplets that arrived during our Senior year"' 

Well, I really must get back to the meeting now. Write soon and tell me all the 
news of you and yours. 

Much love, 

Maria. 



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Thirty-six 




JUNIORS 



Perry Belle Walton, President 
Glenburnie, X. Y. 

Polly Easley, Vice President 
Roekv Mount, X. C. 



Mary Gilliam Hill, Secretary 
Wilson, N. C. 

Margaret MacRae Allen 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Eyelyn Thornton Bagby 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Frances Bailey 
La Grange, 111. 



Mary Rebecca Barrow 
Zebulon, N. C. 

Hattie Lee Borden 
Goldsboro, N, C. 



Katiiryn Florence Bowen 
Baltimore, Md. 

Eloise Brady Broughton 
Hertford, X. C. 




JfL ^. 



Thirty-seven 




Leigh Bryan 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Louise Barlow Bryan 
Tarboro, X. C. 



Nancy Wynne Campbell 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Alice Calder Cheshire 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Margaret Eleanor Coleman 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Geraldine Hollos Cox 
Robersonville, N. C. 



Georc.ina Dando 
Beaver, Pa. 

Martha Elizabeth Daniels 
Goldsboro, N. C. 



Martha Ann Farmer 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Dorothy Hillegass Finch 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Thirty-eight 



Katherine Anne Mavbush Glascock 
Raleigl), N. C. 

Mary West Green 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Josephine Manigault Gribbin 
Asheville, N. C. 

Sarah Bellamy Hall 
Scotland Neck, N". C. 



Barbara Jane Harris 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Edna Marie Hewitt 
Nashville. N. C. 



Peggy Hite 
Thomasville, N. C. 

Lela Charlotte Holman 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Laura Ball Hudler 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Pela Plummer Hundley 
Newport News, Va. 




Thirty-nine 




Jane Capus Ivey 
Concord, N. C. 



Marbaret Holmes Jamieson 
Oxford, N. C. 



Lucy Beverly Jerman 
Raleigh, N. C. 

CoURTENAY MARSHALL JoNES 

Charlotte, N. C. 



Shirley Kauffman 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Ann Turner Knight 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Lydia Land 
Apopka, Fla. 

Virginia Griffith Lee 
Asheville. N. C. 



Margaret Yancey Lester 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Margaret Ridley Long 
Raleigh. N T . C. 



Forty 



Ruth Mason Long 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Florence Ginning I.yti.e 
Weirsdale. Fla. 



Virginia LeGrand Morrison 
Rockingham, N. C. 

Myrtle Motsinger 
Winston-Salem. N. C. 



Katherine McAfee 
Meroersbnrg, Pa. 

Mary Deborah McColl 
Bennetts ville. S. C. 



Joan Cameron MoIntyre 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Betsy Myatt 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Mary Charlotte Nelme 
Waseboro, X. C. 

IIortense Orcvtt Norton 
Savannah, Ga. 




Forty-one 




Rith Parker 
Rockingham, N. C. 

Margaret Virginia Pleasants 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Jessie Purnell 
Charlotte, X. C, 

Julia May Raney 
Goldsboro, X. C. 



Betty Redfern 
Raleigh. X. C. 

Mary Richardson 
Raleigh. X. C. 



Sallye Carol Richardson 
Raleigh. X. C. 

Margaret Montgomery Ricks 
Hanes. X. C. 



Frances Roberts 
New Bern, X. C. 

Olivia Smith Root 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Forty-two 



Mary Latham Rowland 
Washington,, N. C. 

Ann Palmer Scoggin 
Warrenton, N. C. 



Elizabeth See 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Nancy Renn Seeman 
Durham, N. C. 



Mary Graves Sibley 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Janie Veda Sinclair 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Mary Helen Sisk 
Waynesville, N. C. 

Alice Woollcott Smith 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Nell Linton Smith 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Margaret Anne Swain 
Raleigh, N. C. 




Forty-throe 




Florence Gibbs Swift 
Orlando, Fla. 

Maria Washington Tucker 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Ola Day Uzzle 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Annie Ruffin Webb 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Gertrude Winston Webb 
Durham, X. C. 

Suzanne Jane Weeks 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Emily Benbvry Haywood Wescott 
Port Washington, L. I., N. Y. 

Anne Boyd Whitaker 
Enfield, X. C. 



Rosemary White 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Katiieiune Pender Williams 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Forty-four 



Lillian Williams 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Rebecca Williams 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Susan Hay Wilson 
Covcsville, Va. 

Adelaide I'akis Winslow 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



Jane Hall Yklverton 
Raleigh, N. C. 




Juniors Not Photographed 

Rose Mary Hohne 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Forty-fiv 




BUSINESS STUDENTS 

Hannah Hagans Knowlton President 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Floy Rae Parker Secretary 

Raleigh, N. C. 



Elizabeth Frances Vann. .Vice President 
Franklinton, X. C. 

Margaret Marie Price Treasurer 

Rocky Mount. X. C. 



Harrietts Darnell Alfred 
Aurora, X. C. 

Sara Harris Brown 
Garysburg. X. C. 



Mary Gaskins Byrum 
Raleigh. X. C. 

Sara Freeman Cone 
Williamston. N. C. 



Martha Carolyn Connelly 
Raleigh. X. C. 

Violet Chowder 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Forty-six 



BUSINESS STUDENTS 

RrTH England 
Raleigh, N\ C. 

Florence Elizabeth Holland 
Richmond. Va. 



Elizabeth Va.vx Hubbard 
Clinton, N. C. 

Emily Lee Hunt 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Jane Yorke Moore 
Concord. X. C. 

Frances Dean Reed 
Charleston, W. Va. 



Emily Clark Ward 
Tarboro, X. C. 

Mary Louise Warren 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Barbara Louise Yelverton 
Washington, D. C. 




Business Students Not Photographed 

Kitty Cowper Elizabeth Jordan 

Raleigh, X. C. Raleigh. X. C. 

Annette Thomas 

Raleigh, X. C. 



Forty-seven 




Forty-eight 




INKER 
CLEMEN 




Lillian Gkaxijy Small 

President 

Elizabeth City, X. C. 



SOFHOMOME CLASS 

Mary Janney Barnwell 

Vice President 

Lynchburg", Ya. 



Eleanor Pendleton Jackson 

Secretary and Treasurer 

Charlotte, N. C. 



Second Bow: Clare B. Anderson, Burlington, N. C; Janet Bear, Wilmington, X. C; Olive !•',. Cruikshank, 
Raleig h, X. C ; Mary Proctor Emory, Baltimore, Md.; Betty Harper, Hickory, N'. C; Sallie B. Heyward, Raleigh, 

y. C. 

Third Row: Dorothy Jones, Salisbury, N T . C; Helen McBride, Charlotte, NT. C; Lorena Paschall, Paschall, 
y. C.j Betty Scott, Graham, N. C; Emily Shannon, Camden, S. C. ; Sarah Webb, Demopolis, Ala. 

Sophomore INot Photographed 

Rachel Temple Jackson 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Forty-nine 




M A II Y F K A N CES 1 1 A It K 1 1 A It 1>T 

President 
Concord, N. C. 



FMESHMAN CLASS 

Margaret Roy all 

Vice President 
Goldsboro, X. C. 



Mary Baker 

Greensboro, N. C. 



Second Row: Else Blume, Starnberg, Bavaria, Germany; Hilda Cameron, Wilmington, X. C; Margaret 
Tucker Caperton, Charleston, W. Va.; Anne Elizabeth Cox, Raleigh, X. C; Margaret Sedman Davis, Wilmington, 
X. C. ; Vista Morrisette Fitts, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Third Row: Mary Louise Hall, Raleigh, X. C; Emily Elaine Hasell, Raleigh, N. C; Betsy Bryan Hobby, 
Raleigh, X. C; Mabel Humphrey, Goldsboro, X. C; Betty Cheshire Johnston, Tarboro, X. C; Mary Anne 
K(Mince, Raleigh, X. C. 

Fourth Rmc: Leone Hines Parrott, Kinston, N T . C; Louise Howerton Partrick, Raleigh, X. C; Jean 
Webster Scott, Balboa, Canal Zone; Dorothy Randolph Sparkcs, Washington, D. C; Mary Trant, Virginia Beach, 
Va.j Mary Jane Yeatman, Nashville, Tenn. 

Freshmen Not Photographed 

Mary Paull Hazlctt, Wheeling, W. Ya.; Winifred Marshall Vass, Raleigh, X. C; Eunice Baldwin King, 
Raleigh, X'. C.J Nancy Mann, Raleigh, X. C; Rosemary Ramseur Schenck, Raleigh, X T . C. 



Fifty 




^iJLiLwJi L 



Roberta Stocktos 

President 

Princeton, X. J. 



PEEPS 

Elizabeth Ai.lkx 
Elkins, W. Va. 



Kjjna Davis Barnes 
Wilson, N. C. 



Second Row: Yida Barnwell, Atlanta, Ga.j Mary Hope Broderick, Portsmouth, Va.; Phyllis Campbell, 
Chapel Hill, N. Ci Annie Wehh Cheshire, Raleigh, N. C.j Eleanor Dockery, Rockingham, N. C; Frances Fish, 
Ridgewood, N. J. 

Third Row: Harriet Ann Piall, Greensboro, N. C.J Anne Louise Lytle, Weirsdale, Fla.; Sally Foard Mc- 
Nider, Chape] Hill, X. C.j Edith Reade, Durham, X. C; Blanche Spades, Atlantic City, X. J.; Mary Elizabeth 
Woods, Kent, Conn. 

Prep.s Not Photographed 
Caroline Black, Raleigh, X. C.j Hannah Ann Spitzley, Vero Beach, Fla.; Nancy Taylor, Elizabeth City, X. C. 



Fifty-one 




Fifli)-l%ao 




ACTIVITIES 




DEUTCHER 

Rosalie McNeill President 

Polly Easley Vice President 

Martha Ann Farmer Secretary 

Else Blume Secretary 

Mary Reiim Treasurer 



Frances Bailey 
Joan Mclntyre 
Mary Richardson 
Alice W. Smith 
Eloise Broughton 
Alice Cheshire 
Geraldine Cox 
Georgina Dando 
Dorothy Finch 



Katherine Glascock 
Barbara I larris 
Jane Ivey 
Courtney Jones 
Shirley Kaufmann 
Margaret Long 
Florence Lytic 
Katharine McAfee 
Mary McColl 



Jane Banks McDaniel 
Charlotte Xelme 
Hortense Norton 
Betty Redfern 
Olivia Root 
Maria Tucker 
Mary Wells 
Rosemary White 
Jane Yelverton 



"Fifty-three 




E. A. P. LITERARY SOCIETY 

Madge Taliaferro President Olive CRuiKsitANK^.j^Se.cri'tary-Tri'asurer 

Martha Everett Vice President Miss Egleston idviser 



Mary Frances Barnhardt 
Mary Janney Barnwell 
Olive Cruikshank 
Maria Drane 
Polly Easlev 



Martha Everett 
Mary Catherine Lever 
I [ortense Jones 
Florence Spruil! 



Kate Spruill 
Madge Taliaferro 
Tudor Perry Trotter 
Perry Belle Walton 
Annie Wehh 



The E. A. P. Literary Society has had as its theme for this year Modern Poetry. It 
lias studied in detail the lives and works of some of the better known poets. Among these 
were: Edna St. Vincent Millay, Carl Sandburg, Sara Teasdale. Edward Arlington Robin- 
son, and Robert Frost. The first part of the programs was devoted to a report on the life of 
the author and to those of his poems selected by the program chairman, and the last part was 
given over to the reading of poems especially requested by members of the society. Thus 
the meetings have been very interesting as well as instructive. 



Fiflil-fnnr 




SIGMA LAMBDA 



Cleve Wharton.. 
Adelaide Wi.nslow 



President 

. Vice President 



Nancy Crow 
Miss Hanna . 



. Secretary-Treasurer 
Adviser 



Brooke Allan 
Julia Barnwell 
Mar} - Barrow 
Phyllis Campbell 
Margaret Caperton 



Nancy Crow 
Catherine Daniel 
Josephine Gribbin 
Hena Harding 
Letty Lass iter 



Rosalie McNeill 
Maria Savedge 
Dorothy Sparkes 
Cleve Wharton 
Adelaide Wlnslow 



The Sigma Lambda Literary Society lias, this year, undertaken a comprehensive study of 
motion pictures. Much stress has been placed on the value derived from the proper types of 
pictures. The Society subscribed to a magazine which contained interesting information con- 
cerning the production of motion pictures and critical estimates of the most recent films. This 
study has been very beneficial to the members in that it has aided them to appreciate the best 
pictures. 



Fifty-five 







ALTAR GUILD 



Maria Drane President 

Josephine Gribbin Vice President 

Nancy Clark. .Chairman Flower Committee 



Rena Harding. .Chairman Linen Committee 
Marie Lawrence. . . .Chm. Brass Committee 
Perry B. Walton . . Chm. Book Committee 



Rev. Joseph F. Fletcher, Miss Elizabeth Bason, Miss Louise Eoleston. .Faculty Advisers 

MEMBERS 

Anna Brooke Allan, Frances Bailey, Julia Barnwell, Mary Janney Barnwell, Elsa Blume, Louise 
Bryan, Phyllis Campbell, Nancy Clark, Helen Cohurn, Carolyn Council, Nancy Crow, Margaret Darst, 
Slocumb Davis, {Catherine Daniels, Maria Drane, Polly Easier, Julia Edwards, Martha Everett, Rena 
Harding, Mary Gilliam Hill, Rosemary Home, Pela Hundley, Margaret Jamieson, Eleanor Jackson, 
Hortense Jones, Hannah Knowlton, Marie Lawrence, Virginia Lee, Florence Lytle, Jane Moore, Helen 
McBride, Mary McCall, Rosalie McXeill, Hortense Norton, Leone Parrott, Jessie Purnell, Mary Rehm, 
Caroline Rivers, Frances Roberts, Anne Scoggin, Elizabeth See, Emily Shannon, Florence Spruill, Kate 
Spruill, Roberta Stockton, Madge Taliaferro, Annie Webb, Gertrude Webb, Mary Wells, Barbara 
Willard, Cleve Wharton, Adelaide Winslow, Perry Belle Walton. 



Fifty-six 




CHOIR 



Julia Edwards . 



. Crucifer 



Mary Frances Earnhardt 1 

Margaret Caperton !| 



.Choir Librarians 



Brooke Allan 
Frances Bailey 
Mary Frances Barnhardt 
Julia Barnwell 
Margaret Caperton 
Sara Cone 
Margaret Darst 
Marguerite Dewey 



Maria Dram- 
Frances Fish 
Sarah Hall 
Rena Harding 
Elizabeth Hubbard 
Eleanor Jackson 
Katherine McAfee 
Hortense Xorton 



Mary Rhem 
Maria Saved ge 
Betty Scott 
Elizabeth Tucker 
Sue Wilson 
Adelaide Winslow 
Mary Elizabeth Woods 
Barbara Yelverton 



Fifty-seven 




DRAMATIC CLUB 



Miss Florence C. Davis Director Mary Smedes Poyxer, 

Adelaide Wixslow President Polly Easley 

Martha Everett Business Manager 



. 7 ice President 
Secretary 



Brooke Allan 
Frances Bailey 
Viriu Barnwell 
Elsa Blume 

Kathrvn Bowen 
M. Elizabeth Bond 
Eloise Broughton 
Phyllis Campbell 
Sara Cone 
Carolyn Council 
Slocumb Davis 
Eleanor Dockery 
Adele Downey 
Maria Drane 
Polly Easley 
Effie English 
Martha Everett 



Mary Paull Hazlett 
Edna Hewitt 
Mabel Humphrey 
Margaret Jamieson 
Hetty Johnston 
Dorothy Jones 
Hortense Jones 
Hannah Knowlton 
Catherine Lever 
Margaret Long 
Sally MacNider 
Nancy Mann 
Catherine McAfee 
Janie Banks McDaniel 
Rosalie McNeill 
Hortense Norton 
Floy Parker 



I.eone Parrott 
Mary Smedes Poyner 
Mary Rehm 
Olivia Hoot 
Margaret Royall 
Betty Scott * 
Blanche Spades 
Dorothy Sparkes 
Roberta Stockton 
Florence Swift 
Madge Taliaferro 
Frances Templeton 
Mary Wells 
Cleve Wharton 
Mabel Williams 
Adelaide Winslow 
Barbara Yelverton 



Fifly-eight 




THE CKADLE SONG 



"The Cradle Song" or "Cancion de Cuna" by Gregario and Maria Martinez Sierra is one 
of the masterpieces of modern Spanish drama. It is also recognized as one of the very best 
dramatic productions of recent years in any literature. One may truly say. that the acting of 
the St. Mary's cast, under the direction of Miss Florence C. Davis, lived up to the title of 
"masterpiece." 

The Dramatic Club has won further honor in its competitions at Chapel Hill. 

CAST OF "THE CRADLE SONG" 

Sister Joanna of the Cross M. Elizabeth Bond 

Teresa Nancy Mann 

The Prioress Anna Brooks Allan 

The Vicaress Margaret Long 

The Mistress of Novices Mabel Humphrey 

Sister Marcella Mary Smedes Povner 

Sister Maria Jesus Margaret Rovall 

Sister Sagrario Margaret Jamieson 

Sister Inez Carolyn Council 

Sister Tornera Edna Hewitt 



Fifty-nine 




Ann Scoggin, Polly Easley, Perry Belle Walton. Chief, Margaret Jamieson, Jose- 
phine Gribbin. 

Above we have the new Marshals — those who have become adept in giving out thousands of 
programs, moving people out of reserved seats, and smiling sweetly at each and every indi- 
vidual in innumerable audiences. Pebbles sucho have become adept in giving out thousands of 
dismissing school. Polly, Ann, Gillie, and Margaret do their parts in fine style. Hats off to 
the '35-'36 Marshals! 



Sixty 




Sixty-one 




SIGMAS 



Mary Jaxxey Barnwell. 



.President 



Nancy Crow 



. Vic 



ndent 



Anna Broode Allan 
Elizabeth Houston Allen 
Margaret MacRae Allen 
Evelyn Thornton Bagby 
Frances Bailey 
Edna Davis Barnes 
Mary Frances Earnhardt 
Mary Janney Barnwell 
Vida Chisholm Barnwell 
Caroline Black 
Elsa Blume 
Hattie Lee Borden 
Kathryn Bowen 
Mary Hope Brodrick 
Hilda Cameron 
Nancy Campbell 
Phyllis Campbell 
Nancy Clark 
Margaret Coleman 
Sara Cone 
Geraldine Cox 
Nancy Crow 
Violet Crowder 
Georgina Dando 
Catherine Daniel 
Martha Daniels 
Margaret Darst 
Slocumb Davis 
Polly Easley 
Julia Edwards 
Ruth England 
Effie McLean English 
Katherine Glascock 
Mary Green 
Josephine ( Iribbin 
Mary Hall 



Ren a Harding 
Betty Harper 
Katharine Harris 
Mary Paull Hazlett 
Sallie Bailey Heyward 
Mary Gilliam Hill 
Peggy Hite 
Betsy Hobby 
Laura Ball Hudkr 
Emily Hunt 
Jane Ivey 
Eleanor Jackson 
Rachel Johnson 
I Iortense Jones 
Shirley Kauffman 
Ann Turner Knight 
Lydia Land 
Letty Lassiter 
Marie Lawrence 
Virginia Lee 
Margaret Lester 
Catherine Lever 
Ruth Long 
Betty Lynn 
Nancy Mann 
Martha Metcalfe 
.fane Moore 
Myrtle Motsinger 
Betsy Myall 
Helen McBride 
Joan Mclntyre 
Charlotte Nelme 
I Iortense Norton 
Ann Olive 
Floy Parker 
Mary Louise Parker 



Leone Parott 
Mary Smedcs Poyner 
Alice Poe 
Jean Poe 
Edith Reade 
Betty Redfern 
France Reed 
Mary Richardson 
Frances Roberts 
Olivia Root 

Mary Latham Rowland 
Betty Scott 
Jean Scott 
Nancy Seeman 
Mary Sibley 
Janic Sinclair 
Lillian Small 
Alice Smith 
Dorothy Sparkes 
Florence Spruill 
Mary Helen Stewart 
Margaret Swain 
Florence Swift 
Betsy Taylor 
Annette Thomas 
Margaret Vass 
Winifred Vass 
Perry Belle Walton 
Louise Warren 
Suzanne Weeks 
Anne Boyd Whitaker 
Rosemary White 
Barbara Willard 
Rebecca Williams 
Adelaide Winslow 
Mary Jane Yeatman 



Sixly-lwo 




MUS 



Tudor Trotter President 



Emily Shannon V\ 



■dent 



Frances Adams 
Clara Bond Anderson 
Mary Baker 
Edna Davis Barnes 
Julia Barnwell 
Mary Barrow 
Janet Bear 
Betsy Boles 
Leigh Bryan 
Louise Bryan 
Margaret Caperton 
Alice Cheshire 
Annie Webb Cheshire 
Martha Connally 
Carolyn Council 
Kitty Cowper 
Anne Cox 
Isbell Davis 
Margaret Davis 
Marguerite Dewey 
Eleanor Dockery 
Maria Drane 
Martha Everett 
Martha Ann Farmer 
Dorothy Higgins 
Dorothy Finch 
Frances Fish 
Vista Fitts 
Harriet Hall 
Sarah Hall 
Elizabeth Hanks 
Barbara Harris 



MEMBERS 

Emily Hasell 
Edna Hewitt 
Sallie Bailey Heywarcl 
Florence Holland 
Charlotte Holman 
Rosemary Home 
Elizabeth Hubbard 
Mabel Humphrey 
Pela Hundley 
Margaret Jamieson 
Lucy Beverly Jerrnan 
Helen Johnston 
Courtenay Jones 
Dorothy Jones 
Eunice King 
Hannah Knowlton 
Mary Anne Koonce 
Margaret Long 
Ann Lytle 
Florence Lytle 
Sally Foard MaeNider 
Maude Morrison 
Virginia Morrison 
Katherine McAfee 
Mary McCall 
Janie Banks McDaniel 
Anne Olive 
Ruth Parder 
Louise Partrick 
Margaret Pleasants 
Margaret Price 



Jessie Purnell 
Julia Raney 
Mary Rehm 
Carol Richardson 
Margaret Ricks 
Margaret Royall 
Ann Scoggin 
Elizabeth See 
Emily Shannon 
Helen Sisk 
Xell Smith 
Blanche Spades 
Kate Spruill 
Roberta Stocton 
Madge Taliaferro 
Mary Trant 
Tudor Trotter 
Annie Tucker 
Maria Tucker 
Ola Day Uzzle 
Frances Vanri 
Mary Ann Walker 
Annie Webb 
Gertrude Webb 
Sarah Webb 
Emily Westcott 
Cleve Wharton 
Lillian Williams 
Susan Wilson 
Mary Elizabeth W< 
Barbara Yelverton 
Jane Yelverton 



Sixty-three 




BASKETBALL VARSITY 

Pebbles Walton, Kate Spruill, Nancy Clark, Efir McEnglish, T udor Trotter, Louise Bruan. 




Annie Tucker. Kate Spruill, Pebble* 
Alice Cheshire, Madge Taliaferro. 

Sixty-four 



HOCKEY VAMSITY 

alto,,, Josephine Gribbin, Roberta Stockton, Maria Tucker, Mara Rehm, Tudor Trotte 




LETTER CLUB 

Pebbles Walton, President 



Brooke Allan 
Janney Barnwell 
Sara Brown 
Louise Bryan 
Alice Cheshire 
Nancy Clark 



Nancy Crow 
Erne Mac English 
Josephine Gribbin 
Sally Bailey Heywood 
Mary Rhem 
Elizabeth See 
Emily Shannon 



Kate SpruiJJ 
Roberta Stockton 
Madge Talict'erro 
Tudor Trotter 
Annie Tucker 
Maria Tucker 



Sidy -five 



HIGH LIGHTS 




KATE SPKUILL 

Whether it be conducting a student 
body meeting or playing at Chapel Hill, 
Kate is perfectly At bome — also we will 
never forget the "face." 



PEBBLES WALTON 

Pebbles seems to be an advocate of the 
hvessyear plan — and it has been successes 
ful from otir point of view since it has 
given us our most active Sigma and the 
best Junior^Senior Dance of all time. 




jSixty-six 



HIGH LIGHTS 



BROOKE ALLAN 

Even "little store" worries don't tipset 
Brooke's equilibrium; she goes serenely 
on her way reaching new highs in almost 
©very field. We feel that we are lucky 
im having had her around for the past 
two years, 





ANNIE TUCKER 

Anybody that can keep Day Student 
business under control, go out for all 
sports, star in creative, and make grades 
that we all dream abotit in our wistful 
moments, certainly deserves credit. So 
Annie here's a hand! 



Sixty-seven 



HIGH LIGHTS 




NANCY ClOW 

If there were stich a thing as the most 
popular, Crow would probably be "it," as 
we always find her going out of her way 
to do the right thing at the right time. 






JAFSINEY BARNWELL 

An outstanding underclassman, always 
herself, and at the top in everything she 
did, from making friends to piling on 
more points for the Sigmas, We giye 
praise to Janney, 








si., tg-eiffht 



HIGH LIGHTS 



MAITHA EVERETT 

A capacity for being -wonderfully 
foolish and am ability for outhguring 
Mr, Tucker (almost) make a unique 
paradox; but that's undeniably our own 
Martha Everett. 





LETTY LASSITEK 

The staff and school give a vote of 
thanks and fifteen rahs to our editor, 
And we're glad to say that in spite of her 
labors, Letty manages to show us all the 
way to wear clothes. 



Sixty-nine 



The chain is done, 

And now we see 

Flower faces grow gradually dim. 

But perhaps it's the haze of the evening sun 

That begins to obscure our sight. 

For the chain is still green; 

And here in our hearts 

It will live 

Always. 



Seventy 



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Raleigh and Chapel Hill 
North Carolina 

Social Engraving 

Diplomas Certificates 

Commencement Invitations 



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Watches Lifetime Gijts 




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PHARMACY 



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Saint Mary's 



Students W el 



come 



Bynum Printing 
Company 



BETTER PRINTING 



Phones 692-693 
Raleigh, N. C. 



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113 Fayelteville St. 

Always the First With 
Newest Fashions 



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THE VERY BEST VALUE 



We thank you for your kind pat- 
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visiting our shop in the years to 
come wherever you may he. 



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YOU CAN FIND AT THIS GOOD STORE 

MOST ANYTHING DESIRED AT 

PRICES YOU WISH 

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CRANFORD'S 
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Raleigh Building and Loan 
Building 

Mrs. T. E. Downy 
Owner-Manager 

Phone 4793 
Raleigh. N. C. 


Thos. H. Briggs & Sons 

INCORPORATED 

220 Fayetteville Street 
Raleigh, N. C. 

HARDWARE 

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FLOWERS! 

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Congratulations 



To you who graduate this season. 



And a Friendly Welcome . . 



To all who return next year, to use our store as your 
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to the Distinction of Being 

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Hardware and Seed 

Bulbs, Plants and Garden 
Supplies 

325-327 S. Wilmington St. 
Raleigh. N. C. 


Phone 96 Open Day and Night 

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: AGENTS : 

Max Factor and Dorothy Gray 
Beauty Preparations 


THIS STORE 

...is headquarters for... 

Horseback Riding Apparel, Tennis 

Rackets and Shoes, Tennis 

Slacks, Shorts, Sport 

Jackets, Sweaters 

Be Sure You See the New 

JANTZEN SWIM SUITS 

Before You Buy ! 

Lewis Sporting Goods Co. 

112 W. Hargett St. 


W. H. King Drug 
Company 


WHOLESALE 
DRUGGISTS 


Raleigh. N. C. 



Phone 2077 




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A Smart Shop for Smart 
Women 



108 Fayetteville Street 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Visit Raleigh's Finest Drug Store 



RALEIGH. 
N. C. 



222 
FAYETTEVILLE 

ST. 

OF RALEIGH. N. C. Inc. 
•CREATORS OF REASONABLE DRUG PRICES' 



EVERYTHING 

for Saint Mary's Girls 



Compliments of 

Sir Walter Hotel 

A Robert Meyer 
Hotel 



Roland A. Mumford 
Manager 



Be as the Belles 
of St. Mary's — 

RALEIGH 
BEAUTY SHOP 



DOCTOR VAT 
Facial Treatments Here 



Always the Newest 



...in... 



QUALITY MERCHANDISE 



BOYLAN-PEARCE INC. 

Raleigh's Shopping Center 



Brantley's Drug Store 



THE PLACE TO MEET 
YOl R FRIENDS 



Agents for 

•ELIZABETH ARDEN"' 

Our Sodas and Ice Cream 
Are Always Best 

Telephones 14 and 15 
RA LEIGH. N. C. 



W e Appreciate 

Your patronage of the past season 
and sincerely trust our efforts to 
offer vou the best in entertainment 
has been successful. 



STATE 

PALACE 

CAPITOL 

Operated by North Carolina Theatres 



SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

Eversharp Pencils 

Waterman's Fountain Pens 

Kodaks and Supplies 

Albums 

Memory Books 

Poems 

Loose Leaf Books 

Stationery 

Sheet Music 

L 'House o] Quality" 

JAMES E. THIEM 

Phone 135 Raleigh, N. C. 


Teachey-Womble, 
Inc. 

127 Fayetteville St. 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Phone 2250 
Correct Styles for the Miss 

Prices Always Reasonable 


noyster s 

—SINCE 1865 

207 Fayetteville St. 

Raleigh, N. C. 

To eat stale candy is so silly, 
When fresh candy can be bought in the 
heart of the city. 


WRIGHT'S DAIRY 

The Pines 


We Furnish Your Milk 
and Cream 


BLUE STAR STORES 
Home Owned 


Garner Road. R. F. D. No. 3 
RALEIGH, N. C. 



Saint Mary's School and Junior College 

MRS. ERNEST CRUIKSHANK, B.S., Principal 

Raleigh. North Carolina 

High School graduates are offered two years of Grade A College work. 
The Curriculum also includes four years of High School work. 

All Academic Courses fully accredited hy the Southern Association. 

SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS IN ART, BUSINESS, EXPRESSION, 

MUSIC: Piano, Voice, Violin, Church Organ 

Twenty- Acre Campus — Field Sports — Gymnasium — Tennis 

Indoor Tiled Swimming Pool — Horseback Riding — Golf 

ANNUAL SESSIONS — MID-SEPTEMBER TO JUNE 

Write A. W. Tucker. Business Manager, for Catalogue and View Book 



BROGDEN PRODUCE 
COMPANY 



// holesale Fruit. Produce 



Dining Room Supplies 



Style 

and 

Appearance 



Predominate at 



POLLOCK'S 

'Fashionable Footwear" 



CHAS. M. FARRAR 
COAL COMPANY 


GEO. MARSH CO., INC. 


Wholesale Grocers 


We Supply the Fuel for 

Your Heating 

Plant 


310 South Harrington Street 
Raleigh, N. C. 


PHONE 21 
Raleigh. North Carolina 


White's Ice Cream 

Surety of Purity 

WE SUPPLY THE LITTLE 
STORE 


STAUDT'S 

BuTTER'NUT 

BREAD and 
CAKES 

Iff i yftUAUTYV k ' 3 |\ 
IK/ BAKERS \§;f!) 

\lf AMERICA \-'y 


ARTHUR'S SEA FOOD 
MARKET 

Arthur E. Dicks, Proprietor 

CITY MARKET 

Phone 255 


|[U[Mlittj Products J 


STAUDT'S BAKERY 

Phone 4800 
RALEIGH, N. C. 



SIDDELL STUDIO 


Saint Mary's Girls 


RALEIGH, N. C. 


find 


Official Photographer for 


Smartness 


The Stage Coach 


and 




Economy 

at 




donation 
Wholesale Meats 


Y[%eShopofOrMna/M>des' 

IJJCIEIJL 






122 Fayetteville Street 




Raleigh, North Carolina 


CAPITAL ICE & COAL 
COMPANY, INC. 


DE SHAZO'S SCHOOL of 
BEAUTY CULTURE 


By using our Ice and Coal your 


127% Fayetteville Street 


home will be made much more 


Raleigh, N. C. 


comfortable, as you will always 
get the highest quality products at 
reasonable prices. 


Offers a Complete Course in 
BEAUTY CULTURE 


Phones 492 and 493 


It rite for Information 


Porter-Candy Co. 


Say — 


Wholesale Confectioners 


BAMBY BREAD 


Telephone 119 


Royal Baking Company 


313 S. Blount St. Raleigh, N. C. 


RALEIGH, N. C.